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Best, sleeper DFS options to consider for second NASCAR Truck Series race at Kansas

Austin Hill won Friday’s Truck Series race in Kansas. The trucks return Saturday afternoon for a second day of racing. We’ve got DFS lineup options.

Austin Hill, driver of the #16 United Rentals Toyota, celebrates after winning the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Kansas 200 at Kansas Speedway on July 24, 2020 in Kansas City, Kansas. Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

NASCAR’s Gander RV and Outdoor Truck Series has a quick turnaround for its second race in as many days at Kansas Speedway. The series runs the e.p.t. 200 at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 25th, airing on FS1. DraftKings has DFS contests available for the race, and we go over some top picks and sleepers below. You can set your lineup here.

Best Bets

Yesterday’s best bets were Christian Eckes ($10,900) and Austin Hill ($10,300). We got you a winner in Hill and a 13th place in Eckes. It was a bit of a disappointing run for Eckes considering he opened on the pole and Kyle Busch was not racing, but 13th is a decent enough showing. It’s reasonable to consider both in Saturday’s race, but consider Brett Moffitt ($10,200) coming off a second place finish.


Both are sleeper options did well for DFS players on Friday. Grant Enfinger finished third, while Ben Rhodes finished seventh. Enfinger’s price goes up $600 today to $8,500 while Rhodes increases $600 as well, to $9,200. Rhodes had not had much success at Kansas, so seeing him break out with a solid performance is worth factoring in as you head into Saturday. But both aren’t really sleepers now coming off strong Friday performances.

Derek Kraus ($7,200) is worth a look for someone with a bit of inconsistency but some solid top ten performances mixed in his first full-time Truck Series season. Since the restart, he’s finished 7th, 15th, 10th, 8th, and 11th. You’re not getting the ceiling of some other drivers, but at the price point, there seems to be a nice floor.

If you want to go deeper down for some value, consider Ty Majeski at $6,900. His first full season in the Truck Series has been hit or miss. He finished 8th in Charlotte after the restart, and has since finished 19th, 10th, 36th, 19th, and 15th before an 11th place run on Friday in Kansas. He’s not overly impressive, but he can free up some money and has a decent Kansas showing under his belt.